latley (august the 1st) America has sent 2.1 billion dollars of funds towards protecting Sudan (check the herald for more), the funds will go toward arms in helping stop the rebels from genecide of their own people. I'm not going to delete the above but we have been talking about this and I don't …
because people from other wealthy countries came to help them with sickness and starvation
Islam is the main religion in Sudan; around 70% of the population are Muslim.
Feel like as everyone of us, as we are not there in Darfur. But in
a broader sense, Its a genocide, recognised. We have to raise our
voice to stop it. Do it pls.
Britain in 1820
In Northern Sudan Omar Al-Bashir is the president. The north is Arab/Muslim. The South has recently become independent although it is not recognized by all countries, Nothern Sudan has granted independance. In the South, the president is Salva Kiir...I think that's how you spell it, and the VP is D…
Sudan is in Northern Africa to the South of Egypt, West of Ethiopia, East of Chad, and Northeast of Uganda and Northwest of Kenya
Sudan is located on the northern part of Africa. It boarders South
Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea , Red Sea and Egypt.
There are more than 50,000 Sudanese doctors in and out side Sudan. There's about 4,000 Sudanese doctors in UK alone (citizens and none citizens). More than three thousands Sudanese doctors in the Gulf area. Around 1,000 Sudanese doctors in USA.
It is the capital of Ethiopia in Africa.
No, the large majority of people on both sides are Muslim. It is thus odd that the Muslim world seems completely uninterested.
Sudan is located in North East Africa, directly south of Egypt
Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir is the President of Sudan. On 1989 June 30, al-Bashir led the army in a coup deposing then President Al-sayyid Ahmad Al-Mirghani and Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi. He became Chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council for National Salvation and took most of the power i…
The southern border of Sudan is about 370 km from the equator, Kartoum the capital is about 1,700 km from the equator and the northern border of Sudan about 2,400 km from the equator.
The US contributed well over 384 million in 2008
Khartoum is the capital of Sudan (located in central Sudan).Khartoum or Al Khartoum is translated as "place of the elephant trunk" referring to the loop that the Nile river makes to the North of Khartoum. Khartoum is also the confluence (joining) of the White and Blue Nile rivers into the Nile River…
it's not a person, but it's the capital of Sudan
First of all it's not a who. It is the capital of Sudan, in the east-central part of the country at the confluence of the Blue Nile and the White Nile. Founded c. 1821 as an Egyptian army camp, it was destroyed by Mahdists in 1885. Lord Kitchener ret…
genocideThe systematic killing of substantial numbers of people on the basis of ethnicity, religion, political opinion, social status, or other particularity.Acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. - http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gen…
Fortunately,refugees are protected under international law and are givin special rights,such as the right to safe asylum
this is a great question yes Sudan is very poor please they need...food.school supplies and more
Sudan is a country in North East Africa. It is the largest country by area on the African continent, although large parts of it are uninhabitable. It is also very cultral and should be called Sudan and not the Sudan.
Sudan is hot as it is located adjacent to the Sahara Desert in the North and North West of the country and much of the prevailing wind is from here (including the sandstorms); it is also located just above the equator and the country has a very low and reasonably flat elevation.
the serfs attacked the soldiers in darfer causing darfur to go to war with the srefs in 1876
they're are killing
they're are killing
thry are killing
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/User:Squish_15 01:50, 18 May 2009 (UTC)they are not just killing, there is also rape that happens and NO one does anything about it. People need to do something, anything to help these people... because all we are …
the capital of sudan is Khartoum
it is located in Africa
The first settlers arrived in the area to become Sudan in the
seventh millennium B.C. The current area of Sudan was founded in
1899 as Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
At almost any time during the year, Sudan (Africa) is warmer than Switzerland (in central Europe). This applies to individual locations and to the countries on average. The reasons: 1) Sudan is much closer to the equator than Switzerland is; at higher latitudes (from the equator) the Sun is slight…
The government in fact separated these people. The people alone did not start the genocide. also steven roberston is an idiot
Yes! Many times and in many places - it was one of the major kingdoms and there were links between Kush and the House of Judah
One of its famous rulers Tirhakah is also mentioned in the Bible - that was the Kushite king who ruled both Kush & Kemet (as ancient Egypt was called then)
The pyramids represented on the US bills are not the pyramids of GIZA as everyone seems to discuss and assume.They are in fact the pyramids of Kush, in what is now Sudan. These were built from around 500BC, by the Nubians who eventually became pharaohs of Upper and Lower Egypt.
The Red Sea
The conflict is very complex, but the basic information is the following: African Christians and Animists in the Darfur region of Sudan were relentlessly attacked, raped, and butchered by the Arab Janjaweed militias in a systematic way and were endorsed by the government of Sudan to engage in this …
Sudan (North and Central) follows strict Muslim law, men wear conservative, but loose fitting clothing or even "western" type clothing. Women wear a mixture of clothing types, but conservatively - that is that shoulders and wrists have to be covered, as does the hair and full length skirts have to b…
The claim to have a democratic government, but the country is tightly controlled by the military
Sudan is governed under the interim national constitution of 2005, which established a power-sharing national goverment. The executive branch is headed by a president, who is both head of state and head of government. The bicameral National Legislature consists of the and the 50-seat Council of Stat…
The biggest country in Africa, Sudan covers about 967,495 square miles.
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There's no genocide in Sudan, yet. Number of people who died in Sudan's Darfur is nothing compared to number of people who died in Congo, Iraq (more than 650,000 human beings) and Afghanistan (only god knows how many). Sudan's official language (mainly in the North) is Arabic. That makes the Sudan…
It does not go on numbers, it means when a group of people are killed. For example:
Political group, religious group or a certain race of people.
The currency in Sudan is currently pound (SDP) which has replaced the Sudanese Dinar (SDD) in 2007.
Sudan is warmer because it is closer to the equator
Sudanese cuisine has been changing and evolving gradually, but most of the dishes remain simple and natural. The most common aliments are Wheat, Beef and sheep meat, tomatoes, sesame seeds (Sudan is a great exporter of sesame) and rice.An important evolution is spices matter. The basic spices, like …
Mali and Parts of Mauritania
Tests for lipids such as fats and oils based on their ability to selectively absorb pigments in fat-dyes such as the Sudan IV. The test will make red globs appear if it is indeed a lipid.
The city of Khartoum, Sudan lies at the confluence of the Nile and Blue Nile rivers and, therefore, is on flat, floodplain land. However, there are hills a few miles to the east and west of the city.
A knapsack is a bag with shoulder straps that is carried on the
back. It is usually made out of canvas o other weatherproof
Sudan is closer to the equator.
The people of Sudan are called Sudanese
It's similar because they both are involved, i guess you could say, in a form of genocide. There different because one is in Africa and the other was more Euorpean.
The city of Khartoum is the capital of the Republic of Sudan (on the African continent). Population: 1,970,000. 15°32'38.35"N 32°32'8.44"E Physically it is located in the central-eastern part of the country at the confluence of the Blue Nile and the White Nile tributaries. The Nile rivers divide…
Yes. Sudan is a country in Africa
Sudan covers approx 718,723 square miles.
some people say that genocide in Darfur began in 2003,but other say it was already started before the year of 2003. The conflict started to get bigger in the year of 2003.
Yes snails can be found in Sudan. Aquatic snails can be found in
the Jonglei region of the southern Sudan.
The Nile River
Fresh fruit and vegetables grow abundently on the Northern plains of Sudan and southern Sudan . the South is more prone to drought but freshly grown produce still account for much of the local cuisine. Herisa is a vegetable stew often garnished with okra and sweet spices. Pluumata is a spicy mix of …
sudans area is 967,495 in square miles.
Sudan has borders with seven countries:
3. South Sudan
5. Central Africa Republic or CAR
7. EritreaEgypt, Libya, Chad, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic
of Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Eritrea
The Islamic controlled government, located in East Sudan, started the Genocide as an ethnic cleansing of the Darfur region in West Sudan. They "hire" militia groups known as the Janjaweed to attack villages, rape, kill and loot. I have hire in quotations because the government is not paying them, th…
1 January 1956
The result of the Genocide in Darfur are very bad. Women and children have been raped and abuse.
In the the south of modern day Egypt and north of modern day Sudan. Majority of nubia is in Sudan, and much of nubia has been lost to dams such as the Aswan damn built by Egypt.
Khartoum is nearly 16 degrees North of the Equator
Up to 400,000 people have died due as a result of direct attacks
and conflict induced malnutrition and disease. The vast majority of
these have been women, children and civilian men. More than 3
million people have been displaced and are living in IDP camps.
More than 350,000 people are deprived of …
Yes, its a genocide
Women, children, elderly men, and many of them died from hunger and
dieases caused by hunger and malnutrition. An estmated 400 000
seemed to be the victims.
beans, wheat, melons, peanuts, pumpkins, and eggplants
Sudan is northwest of Addis Ababa.
Many were killed, others injured, house, properties, live stock of
the people, burnt, stolen, damaged. Million took shelters in camps
in Chad or other countries. Its a spot of shame for the Mankind. We
observed mass killing in 2003 and did almost nothing, This is
DARFUR GENOCIDE. This is the way, we…
the darfur genocide is occurring in the western region of the country of Sudan along the border with chad.
Khartoum is the capital and second largest city of the Republic of
Sudan. It has a subtropical desert and low-latitude arid hot
The Zanzweed militia, with support of Sudanese authority attacked
the <innocent> people of Darfur in Feb, 2003
Leaders of Janjaweed Militia, Sudanese Govt leaders
killing of innocent public, burning of houses and properties, wound
and damages to victims
2. cross country
3. singing(not a sport but is popular)
I don't know but there were women being raped, men being slaughtered, things being stolen and lots of gun shots. They slaughtered the men so they could reproduce with the women so the population of them (janjaweed) would increase. I had recently googled it and found out that about 500 people die a …
Khartoum (Capital)JubaWowBoorTongeMalakaiNyalaKosthiAtbraAbeeyOmdurmanKassala and others.
It killed innocent Darfur people, injured them, displaced them,
sent them to exile in Chad, destroyed their habitats and livings
It began in Feb 2003
For many reasons:
Identity crisis and some other reasons
Morally - YES. And by politics-It had to be. The American ordinary
people and intellects reacted against the killing. Press and media
continuously urged to stop the killing. But the Government of USA,
reacted differently. It took a policy, to save both the sides in
This is a moving target. The first 230 refugees arrived in Israel in 2006. According to more recent reports (January 2008) there are approximately 1,700 Sudanese among 2,400 African refugee-seekers in Israel. Harvard College's New Society offers a rather detailed report on "Sudanese Refugees in Isra…
Sudan ofcource,and its also the larggest in Arab world
· Sudan is the largest country in Africa. It borders nine countries - Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, Chad, and Libya - and has a coastline on the Red Sea in the north-east.· Sudan's rainy season lasts for about three months (July to…
The capital of Sudan is Khartoum. Here is an estimate of what the land contains. According to wikipedia 1993 estimates: § 5% arable land § 0% permanent crops § 46% permanent pastures § 19% forests and woodland § 30% other areas § 19 460 km² irrigated land The terrain is generally fl…
Sudan was colonized in 1820.
According to the information i found its size is highly variable, averaging over 30,000 square kilometers. During the wet season it may extend to over 130,000 km², depending on the inflowing waters, with the discharge from Lake Victoria being the main control factor of flood levels and area inundat…